Friday, February 6, 2009

Metal Inquisition invades Metal Injection's Tr00 and False


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9 comments:

  1. I can't believe you plugged A7x, the lamest, most abhorrent anthemic kiddie band to ever disgrace the tag of metal... S.D.
    GTFO-------->

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  2. I like Master. Their self titled debut is one of the few death metal albums I can still listen to. Most other albums by DM bands have not aged well. Exceptions are Pestilence, Repulsion and Obituary´s "Slowly we Rot". And Autopsy.

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  3. re: a7x- like i said, i like a lot of shitty shit! so if even *i* don't like your band, well, you've got problems.

    re: master- there are certainly worse bands but that record is so boring! it's just nonstop double bass and riff salad. it just sounds like one long, dull, song.

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  4. Man, that tiny fraction of the new Believer sounds awesome! Mentioning Tool as one of Gabriel's influences makes me a little edgy though...they always came across as beardo grunge to me.

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  5. I think it is terrific to see the venom and bile that is MI spread to other forums like an itchy, blistery rash. God, you guys are going to piss off a whole new demographic. At least the majority of regular MI readers know what they are in for...keep up the good work.

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  6. @ Sarge: The props I gave to Master´s debut are mainly due to their version of the "Pledge of Allegiance". I love the anarchic punk spirit of Master. OK, the music sounds mostly like Venom meets Motörhead on a serious speed overdose, but still, I like it.
    PS my mention of Pestilence as still listenable refers to "Consuming Impulse" only. Their later stuff does not interest me at all.

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